WILLOW DOOR NATURAL WOVEN FENCE SCREENING

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willow fence

made of natural osier with fine craft

artistic,durable and easy to erect

for home&garden deco to make privacy



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Willow fences and screens are made from vertical willow sticks tightly

woven together with galvanized steel wire. Willow fencing and screening

are suitable for an informal garden.Rapidly renewable natural bentwood

material like willow make wonderful fences for outdoor and indoor decoration,

our exclusive pre-build fences panels are designed to beautify your home garden

as well as practical well build fences with easy set up. Different styles and sizes

to suite your needs.


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Q:Has anyone joined the National Home Gardening Club?
I have, and honestly, no it is not worth it to me. Yes, I get a free magazine, 6 issues a year but I have not done any more product testing since I joined 2 yrs. ago. I have recently purchased several items from them and they have fallen short of my expectations. Maybe I just got a few bad ones and the rest is great, we shall see. The amount of their dues for the life time member does pay for the magazine you will receive for the duration of the life time membership and it is wonderful. There is a seed swapping section for members also in the magazine. And they do have many great gardening books and they are very good also. To me, it seems a bit pricey. You will have to way the good with the bad and make your decision of whether or not to join. Good luck with your decision.
Q:how to control weeds in home garden with ground covering?
Mulch can help. But there is no final solution to weeds. They'll come back eventually. If you pull them regularly, they will lose energy, and be less vigorous. If you wait until they're everywhere, they have strong roots, they may have already set seed, and your battle becomes much harder. Preen interferes with seeds germinating. It does nothing against weeds that are growing from existing roots, like ivy. If your garden is a veggie garden, after you put it to bed this fall, cover it with cardboard. It will smother weeds, and by spring, you'll find almost NO weeds popping up. The cardboard will have degraded enough that you can just dig trhough it and plant things. It will be like heavy wet paper. Plant your plants. Mulch. Pay attention to weeds that pop up and get them early.
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Q:Should I cut my Mexifro?
You're Mexican? YOU HAVE HAIR?!?!?!
Q:What are some blogs/magazines that showcase houses & gardens & buildings?
Better Homes Gardens, Sunset Magazine, Martha Stewart Living Magazine Coastal Living are all very good ones Visit a few garden sites, too, Spring Hill Nursery is my personal favorite. he architural BIBLE in the Archetecural Digest Magazine. (Bar none) Look for magazines that specilize in the typef of architecture of what you're looking for. Country Living is a good one. And do a google search for Engliisshj Country homes And English Country Gardens, Before you start spending money on plant material. puchase t Western Garden Book. It;s the best to assist you with plants and flowers that will grow best in your growing zone. They provide excellent photos of garden ideas,too.
Q:Trees and garden question? ?
The best trees for any area are the ones that grow there naturally. Willows are easy to grow in wet areas but they are short lived and easily broken by ice and wind. Japanese maples need the right conditions of light and moisture and are not necessarily long-lived. Check out the eastern redbud, beautiful flowers in the spring, easy to grow.
Q:What's a good online tool for garden design?
My son gave me the Better Homes and Garden's 3D Garden and Deck Planner several years ago that I enjoyed every winter since then. I'm sure what's available now is even nicer, but this came with an encyclopedia of plants of all kinds, with information for each plan about how big it gets, what kind of light and water it needs, etc. You map out your yard and can put your house, fences, driveway, etc. You drop plants in from the overhead view, and then you get to take a virtual walk through it in a 3D view. You can also go at it another way, starting with a photo of certain areas of the yard, and then add plants to the foreground. Lots of fun. I lovely backyard that is all dirt... Sounds like a perfect place to find a corner to compost in for starters. Have fun.
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Q:Help with gardening!?
Why don't you try hanging baskets. I found some tomato plants that already had produce. Mint plants grow fast. Onions are easy.
Q:What do you do when you get yourself in "hot water"?
Usually I do the Im a Little Tea Pot dance If that doesnt work I run the hell outta there

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